[before_listing images= youtube=null] I am looking to go off the grid in Eastern Canada within the next year. I will be saying NO to all the things we are used to in daily life, instead gladly embracing the opportunity to grow my own food, care for my own heating/water and abode, and become as self sufficient as possible. More to come ….[landbuddy_listing youtube=null]

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4 Responses to “No to daily convenience addictions / same-minded people”

  1. Gestur

    Hi im 28 male looking to go off grid soon anyway i can im building knowledge on alternative building meathods aquaponics winter food gardening and have a good amount of non-gmo Hairloom seed for planting looking for others to maybe join with message at Gesturdolan@gmail.com thanks

  2. Mitch

    Count me in . I am looking to buy land now in New Brunswick, And want to go off the grid. I am in my 40ies and can make this happen:)

  3. Cal

    Looking for the same… I have a lot of “know how”. Thinking of doing this in the beginning of next year or sooner. Currently in NJ, USA.

  4. David Brainerd

    Whereabouts in Eastern Canada? I live OTG in Maine, not terribly far from the NB border. Maybe we’ll be neighbors. (Not exactly, but , at least in almost the same bioregion.)